Issue:  Vol. 44 / No. 43 / 23 October 2014
 
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Party planned to celebrate
new Castro Street

To celebrate the improved look of Castro Street in the heart of San Francisco's gayborhood, city officials are hosting – what else – a street party. (read more)

Stewart highlights marriage work

The state's first lesbian appeals court judge cautioned against stereotypes and...talked about her prior work on same-sex marriage at a recent dinner in Oakland. (read more)

No date for LGBT shelter

With winter approaching and problems continuing for LGBTs in the city's homeless shelters, a space designed to be welcoming to the gay community is still without an opening date. (read more)

DV data show
few same-sex cases in SF

The San Francisco District Attorney's office has released some of the domestic violence data it's been collecting electronically as it works to modernize its systems. (read more)

SF aims to add LGBTs
to housing wait lists

San Francisco officials are aiming to increase the number of LGBT people on wait lists for affordable housing units. (read more)

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Fine Arts - Living in high aristocratic style

A step back in time, and for most of us a vicarious step up in class, Houghton Hall: Portrait of an English Country House, the latest decorative arts exhibition at the Legion of Honor... (read more)

Music - Partenope:
Can you Handel it?

The San Francisco Opera's latest foray into the challenging and musically rich world of Baroque opera opened last week with George Frideric Handel's Partenope. (read more)

Out There -
Paging Mr. Turner

"The honor of the week's best film...belongs to Mike Leigh's Mr. Turner. Its artistic title character is magnificently embodied by Timothy Spall." (read more)

Film - A tale of two pelicans

It's a fine line between human and animal, threatening to break down at any instant... (read more)

Theatre - Demon barber of
wartime London

If you've always wanted to see Sweeney Todd, you probably have. (read more)

Theatre - Bloody rites

This was a week for Grand Guignol, the theatrical form specializing in gore and grotesquery, first with a trip to TheatreWorks' Sweeney Todd, and the following night to the 15th annual installment of Thrillpeddlers' Shocktoberfest. (read more)

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